How to Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel (3 Quick Tricks)

Excel has no such features that can allow you to copy multiple row heights only. However, you can copy entire row formats. That is how you can manage to copy multiple row heights in Excel. In this article, you will learn 3 quick tricks to copy multiple row height in Excel.

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3 Quick Tricks to Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel

1. Use Format Painter to Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel

The easiest way to copy multiple row heights in Excel is to use the Format Painter feature.

But this Format Painter not only copies multiple row heights but also copies the entire cell format.

Anyways, here’s how to use this tool to copy multiple row heights in Excel with ease.

❶ First of all, copy all the rows from where you want to copy the row heights.

I’m selecting rows number 4 to 10 which is 7 rows in total.

❷ After that, go to the Home tab.

❸ Then click on the Format Painter from the Clipboard group.

Use Format Painter to Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel

❹ Now left-click on your mouse and drag it to select a range.

❺ You must select the same amount of rows where you want to Paste the copied row heights.

As selected 7 rows from the source, in destination there should also be selected total 7 rows.

❻ When the selection is done, just release the mouse button.

After that, you will see that your copied row heights are pasted in the destination range.

Result: Use Format Painter to Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel

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2. Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel Using Paste Special Feature

Another way to copy multiple row height is to use the Paste Special command.

This command also copies the row heights as well as other cell formats.

Anyways, here’s how to use it.

❶ At first, select a range of rows from where you want to copy the row heights.

❷ Then right-click on the selection area and choose Copy.

Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel Using Paste Special Feature

❸ Now select your destination rows.

The number of destination rows should as the same as that of the source rows.

Right-click on your selection and choose Paste Special.

The Paste Special dialog box will appear.

❺ Select Formats under the Paste section.

❻ And hit OK.

Paste Special Dialog Box: Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel Using Paste Special Feature

Now you will see all the row heights have been copied from the source to the destination.

Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel

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3. Use Insert Copied Cells Command to Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel

Another way to copy multiple row height in Excel is to use the Insert Copied Cells command.

But one drawback of using this method is it copies not only the row heights but also data.

Let’s see how it works.

❶ Select all the rows from where you want to copy multiple row heights.

Right-click on your selection area and hit Copy.

❸ Select a cell where you want to paste the copied data.

Right-click on it and choose Insert Copied Cells.

Use Insert Copied Cells Command to Copy Multiple Row Height in Excel

Thus, all the row heights will be pasted along with the data in the destination.

Read More: How to Change the Row Height in Excel (7 Easy Ways)


Practice Section

You will get an Excel sheet like the following screenshot, at the end of the provided Excel file. Where you can practice all the methods discussed in this article.


Conclusion

To sum up, we have discussed 3 quick tricks to copy multiple row height in Excel. You are recommended to download the practice workbook attached along with this article and practice all the methods with that. And don’t hesitate to ask any questions in the comment section below. We will try to respond to all the relevant queries asap. And please visit our website Exceldemy to explore more.


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Mrinmoy

Hi! I'm Mrinmoy Roy. I'm an Excel and VBA content developer. I write blogs relating to Microsoft Excel on Exceldemy.com. I've completed my graduation in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Khulna University of Engineering & Technology. I've expertise in Excel functions, formulas, Pivot Table, Power Query, Visual Basic, etc. I write blogs to lessen people's hassles while working on Microsoft Excel.

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